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The Austen Playbook by Lucy Parker

The Austen Playbook by Lucy Parker

A year ago


This is my first novel from this author and I NEED MORE ALREADY.

I fridges LOVED the characters in this book. Legit I could not stop reading it at all. It was swoon worthy and fun and I love austen-esque reads. The characters were amazing and I love the plots that ran though it underlying with the main plot, ti was all over just a fantastic read. I am now off to read the rest of the books in this series!

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Synopsis:

Freddy Carlton knows she should be focusing on her lines for The Austen Playbook, a live-action TV event where viewers choose the outcome of each scene, but her concentration’s been blown. The palatial estate housing the endeavor is now run by the rude (brilliant) critic who’s consistently slammed her performances of late. James “Griff” Ford-Griffin has a penchant for sarcasm, a majestic nose and all the sensitivity of a sledgehammer. She can’t take her eyes off him. Griff can hardly focus with a contagious joy fairy flitting about near him, especially when Freddy looks at him like that. His only concern right now should be on shutting down his younger brother’s well-intentioned (disastrous) schemes—or at the very least on the production (not this one) that might save his family home from the banks. Instead all he can think of is soft skin and vibrant curls. As he’s reluctantly dragged into her quest to rediscover her passion for the stage and Freddy is drawn into his research on a legendary theater star, the adage about appearances being deceiving proves abundantly true. It’s the unlikely start of something enormous…but a single revelation about the past could derail it all.

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